On Monday, Washington D.C’s Metro System will Run Limited Service
On Sunday, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority said that Washington, D. C. area's Metro trains and bus service will start a limited service from 7 a. m. on Monday. However, services will be limited on the underground red, orange and green lines.
Late on Friday, Metro, the second-busiest U. S. subway system closed services due to the blizzard that buried Washington under snow of about eighteen inches.
According to Metro, there will be trains running every 20 to 25 minutes. However, situations could change and there could be a possible upgrade if conditions permit. The trains will run till midnight. The bus service will start operating from noon till 5 p. m. on twenty two routes on Monday.
Metro said, the trains on the orange line will render services from Ballston to Eastern Market and the trains on the Red line will run from Medical Center to Union Station, for the green line , the trains will run from Fort Totten to Anacostia.
A blizzard hit the U. S. capital during the weekend which disrupted transportation services. The bus system will run on Monday only on twenty routes avoiding narrow side streets and hilly terrain along with other places which could experience troubles due to the snowstorm.
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